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Planning to visit Italy

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Planning to visit Italy

Post Posted: Tue Aug 08, 2017 5:41 pm

Hi friends,

I am planning to visit Italy in early 2018. I am planning to cover Genova, Milan, Verona, Bolgona & Florence in 12 days. How feasible is this itinerary?

Also, what would be the best mode of transport? I would prefer to get a self-drive car. Will Indian driving license be accepted to rent a car there?

 

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Re: Planning to visit Italy

Post Posted: Fri Sep 22, 2017 7:18 am

Hii,

I think your plan is rather realistic. You can stay in every city for 3-4 days and they are not too far from each other. I think renting car is the best idea. I have driven to different cities in Europe for several times and it is really enjoyable. I think you will also like it.

Have a look at this list; Florence. There are the top attractions to see in Florence. If you have time, you can also visit the Pisa as it is close to Forence.

I can't say surely but I think your Indian passport will not create any problems. I am from Armenia and I have never had a problem with renting cars in Europe.

Hope you find my info useful Smile

 

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